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"Single World Intervention Graphs (SWIGs): A Unification of the Counterfactual and Graphical Approaches to Causality" Thomas Richardson and James Robins
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"Using Twitter for Demographic and Social Science Research: Tools for Data Collection"
Tyler McCormick, Hedwig Lee, Nina Cesare, and Ali Shojaie
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"Regional Probabilistic Fertility Forecasting by Modeling